The first step will be to start building this year of 80 km of EU gauge tracks from the Polish border to western Lviv’s Sknilov station, near Lviv airport
Tuesday, February 23, 2021

The first step will be to start building this year of 80 km of EU gauge tracks from the Polish border to western Lviv’s Sknilov station, near Lviv airport

The first step will be to start building this year of 80 km of EU gauge tracks from the Polish border to western Lviv’s Sknilov station, near Lviv airport. This would allow travel from Poland to Lviv without delays associated with the gauge change at the border. As outlined yesterday, Ukraine’s high speed rail network would radiate out of the capital: Kyiv-Lviv-Polish border; Kyiv-Odesa; Kyiv-Kharkiv; and Kyiv-Dnipro-Zaporozhia. By the end of this decade, the network is to have 39 trains carrying 5 million passengers a year.

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